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Evolutionary approaches of economic dynamics (In French)

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  • Murat YILDIZOGLU (Université Aix-Marseille3)

This chapter presents the methods and contributions of evolutionary approach to economic dynamics. First, we expose why economic dynamics can indeed be considered as evolutionary. Second, we discuss sources of diversity and selection mechanisms that drive these dynamics, in the context of industrial dynamics. Third, we expose the main methods of this approach. Last, we give a partial survey of this approach’s contributions in economic systems covering a full spectrum, from organizational to macroeconomic dynamics.

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